The Plan shall contain recommendations concerning the need for and the proposed general
location of major public works and private facilities, including utilities, flood
control works, water reservoirs, pollution control facilities, and military or defense
installations, that are of State, as opposed to purely local or regional, concern
(1) their function, size, extent, or legal status;
(2) the fact that their authorization, location, or construction is legally under
the jurisdiction of a unit of the State government; or
(3) any other reason that makes inclusion in the Plan appropriate.
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